Kiosked appoints David McGrath MD for Asia Pacific
By Digital News Asia November 24, 2015
- To lead sales, business development, partnerships and go-to-market strategies
- Previously group commercial operations director at Nova Entertainment network
HELSINKI-headquartered digital advertising company Kiosked has announced the appointment of David McGrath (pic above) as managing director of Asia Pacific.
Based in Singapore, he will oversee all aspects of Kiosked’s sales, business development, partnerships and go-to-market strategies for the region, commencing December 2015, the company said in a statement.
McGrath has an extensive digital background with more than 15 years of senior content and commercialisation leadership across several global digital corporations including PCCW, Yahoo! and Telstra, Kiosked said.
“We are thrilled to have David [McGrath] joining Kiosked and helping us strengthen our presence in the Asia Pacific region,” said business development senior vice president Peter Clothier.
“His comprehensive knowledge and background in digital advertising is an incredibly valuable asset,” he added.
Prior to Kiosked, McGrath was employed as group commercial operations director at the Lachlan Murdoch-owned Nova Entertainment network, where he oversaw the company’s digital revenue growth.
During this time he forged technology partnerships with Google and Adobe, as well as established the Nova Entertainment programmatic trading desk utilising Rubicon Project and SpotX.
“Advertising is going through a period of change, with digital driving a new wave of activity across native, programmatic, plus attribution and viewability standards,” said McGrath.
“Kiosked is a global leader in this space and I’m excited to be joining the business in this time of innovation and growth,” he added.
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